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Argentina / Brazil / Chile - Transport & Logistics 2011 Bundle

  • ID: 2061478
  • Report
  • December 2011
  • Region: Argentina, Brazil, Chile
  • 146 Pages
  • Transport Intelligence
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Argentina - increasingly important for logistics investors

As Argentina, the region's second largest economy, continues to plan an increasingly important role in not only intra-South America trade but also on the international stage, the state of the country's transport and logistics industry will remain a priority of Argentina's government.

The market is of key interest to foreign investors. China, for example, has recently announced plans to invest $10bn dollars to improve Argentina's transport system. The Chinese investment will assist in movement of commodities to the ports for exports.

Agriculture remains one of the country's largest export commodities. However, the automotive/aerospace logistics sector is increasingly important to Argentina's intra-South America trade, particularly within the Mercosur. Other industries such as wine and pharmaceutical manufacturing are gaining in importance as well.

What will you learn from Argentina Transport & Logistics 2011?

Argentina Transport & Logistics 2011 provides a comprehensive view of the market, addressing all the major issues throughout the region.

Amongst others, it answers the following questions:

- What are the major transport infrastructure challenges facing the Argentinean economy?
- Who are the leading local providers of express and logistics services?
- How developed are the sea, air, road, inland waterway and rail sectors?
- What are their prospects for future growth?
- How quickly have the express, contract logistics and freight forwarding markets grown?
- What are their forecasts for future growth?
- How is Argentina's trade structured-who are its major trading partners and what are the most important commodities shipped?
- How is Argentina rated in terms of logistics performance?

This report is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:

- Consultants
- Financial Analysts
- Investors
- Logistics Directors and Managers
- Marketing Directors and Managers
- Knowledge and Research Managers
- All C-level executives.

It is especially appropriate to:

- Global Manufacturers & Retailers
- Express and Logistics companies
- Airlines
- Shipping Lines
- Transport equipment manufacturers
- Consultancies
- Banks
- Industrial property developers
- Governmental organizations

Market trends, developments, size and forecasts

Argentina Transport & Logistics 2011 contains analysis of the latest trends and developments affecting the region. It provides insight into the key transportation sectors (air, sea, road and rail), detailing the challenges which face the region and problems of under investment.

The report also contains market sizing data, forecasts and analysis of the Express, Contract Logistics and Freight Forwarding (sea and air freight) segments. These take into account the recent economic developments in the region.

Argentina's transport and logistics infrastructure

The Argentine government's propensity to terminate contracts without reasonable compensation; ethical issues such as widespread diversion of public funds as well as other concerns have impacted on transport infrastructur projects.

The report provides a critique of Argentina's transport infrastructure. It includes maps and details of ports, airports, road and rail sectors as well as background information on trade. This includes commodities shipped and the major trading partners as well as general economic performance.

Logistics Service Provider profiles and supply-side trends

Argentina Transport & Logistics 2011 includes profiles of the leading local market players, including shipping lines, airlines, express, freight forwarding and logistics service providers.

In addition to the ‘local heroes', the report also profiles the operations of major international companies in Argentina including DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT, Schenker, Damco, Agility and many more.

Brazil - a market undergoing unprecedented growth

Brazil is South America's leading economic power and by far the region's largest and most populous country. With vast natural resources and a large labour pool at its disposal, Brazil continues to pursue an aggressive growth strategy which includes the development of its interior.

As with the rest of South America, Brazil's transport infrastructure has not kept up with the growth the country has experienced in the past few years. The government has introduced plans for improvements and private companies and logistics providers have invested in Brazil's ifrastructure. Still, the World Economic Forum recently described Brazil's infrastructure as “appalling”.

Many international logistics providers have invested heavily in Brazil, betting on its long term growth potential. However, not all are being successful due to the very competitive nature of its logistics industry.

What will you learn from Brazil Transport & Logistics 2011?

Brazil Transport & Logistics 2011 provides a comprehensive view of the market, addressing all the major issues throughout the region. Amongst others, it answers the following questions:

- What are the major transport infrastructure challenges facing the Brazilian economy?
- Who are the leading local providers of express and logistics services?
- What are the best logistics opportunities in Brazil?
- How developed are the sea, air, road, inland waterway and rail sectors and what are their prospects for future growth?
- How quickly have the express, contract logistics and freight forwarding markets grown?
- What are their forecasts for future growth?
- How is Brazil's trade structured—who is its major trading partners and what the most important commodities shipped?
- How is Brazil rated in terms of logistics performance?

This report is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:

- Consultants and Financial Analysts
- Logistics Directors and Managers
- Marketing Directors and Managers
- Knowledge and Research Managers
- All C-level executives.

It is especially appropriate to:

- Global Manufacturers & Retailers
- Express and Logistics companies
- Airlines
- Shipping Lines
- Transport equipment manufacturers
- Consultancies
- Banks
- Industrial property developers
- Governmental organizations

Market trends, developments, size and forecasts

Brazil Transport & Logistics 2011 contains analysis of the latest trends and developments affecting the region. It provides insight into the key transportation sectors (air, sea, road and rail), detailing the challenges which face the region and problems of under investment.

The report also contains market sizing data, forecasts and analysis of the Express, Contract Logistics and Freight Forwarding (sea and air freight) segments. These take into account the recent economic developments in the region.

Brazil's transport and logistics infrastructure

Brazil is facing mounting pressure to improve and expand the country's infrastructure. Brazil's road infrastructure is lacking, maritime shipping suffers from insufficient capacity and Brazil has completely overlooked its almost 50,000 km of navigable riers for alternative freight transportation.

The report provides a critique of Brazil's transport infrastructure. It includes maps and details of the Brazilian ports, airports, road and rail sector as well as background information on trade. This includes commodities shipped and the major trading partners as well as general economic performance.

Logistics Service Provider profiles and supply-side trends

Brazil Transport & Logistics 2011 includes profiles of the leading local market players, including shipping lines, airlines, express, freight forwarding and logistics service providers.

In addition to the ‘local heroes', the report also profiles the operations of major international companies in Brazil including DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT, Schenker, Damco, Agility and many more.

Chile – reaping the rewards of logistics investment

Over the years, the Chilean government has invested in and encouraged private investment in infrastructure and as a result is reaping the beneits of one of the more developed infrastructure networks in South America.

Although Chile's infrastructure is considered developed, companies still face inefficiencies within the supply chain. High operating costs still exist at the seaports and airports in Chile.

With demand increasing, logistics capacity is tight within the country. This has spurred growth within the logistics market as many Chilean companies are outsourcing logistics services.

What will you learn from Chile Transport & Logistics 2011?

Chile Transport & Logistics 2011 provides a comprehensive view of the market, addressing all the major issues throughout the region.

Amongst others, it answers the following questions:

- What are the major transport infrastructure challenges facing the Chilean economy?
- Who are the leading local providers of express and logistics services?
- What are the best logistics opportunities in Chile?
- How developed are the sea, air, road, inland waterway and rail sectors and what are their prospects for future growth?
- How quickly have the express, contract logistics and freight forwarding markets grown?
- What are their forecasts for future growth?
- How is Chile's trade structured?
- Who are its major trading partners?
- What the most important commodities shipped?
- How is Chile rated in terms of logistics performance?

This report is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:

- Consultants
- Financial Analysts
- Investors
- Logistics Directors and Managers
- Marketing Directors and Managers
- Knowledge and Research Managers
- All C-level executives.

It is especially appropriate to:

- Global Manufacturers & Retailers
- Express and Logistics companies
- Airlines
- Shipping Lines
- Transport equipment manufacturers
- Consultancies
- Banks
- Industrial property developers
- Governmental organizations

Market trends, developments, size and forecasts

Chile Transport & Logistics 2011 contains analysis of the latest trends and developments affecting the region. It provides insight into the key transportation sectors (air, sea, road and rail), detailing the challenges which face the region and problems of under investment.

The report also contains market sizing data, forecasts and analysis of the Express, Contract Logistics and Freight Forwarding (sea and air freight) segments. These take into account the recent economic developments in the region.

Chile's transport and logistics infrastructure

The report provides a critique of Chile's transport infrastructure. It includes maps and details of the main ports, airports, road and rail sector as well as background information on trade. This includes commodities shipped and the major trading partners as well as general economic performance.

Logistics Service Provider profiles and supply-side trends

Chile Transport & Logistics 2011 includes profiles of the leading local market players, including shipping lines, airlines, express, freight forwarding and logistics service providers.

In addition to the ‘local heroes', the report also profiles the operations of major international companies in Chile including DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT, Schenker, Damco, Agility and many more.
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1.0 Argentina

1.1 Trade
1.1.1 Overview
1.1.2 GDP Composition
1.1.3 Imports and Exports
1.1.4 Main Export Markets
1.1.5 Main Import Markets

1.2 Transport Infrastructure
1.2.1 Overview
1.2.2 Road Network
1.2.3 Rail Network
1.2.4 Airports
1.2.5 Ports

1.3 Argentina – Logistics Market
1.3.1 Overview
1.3.2 Logistics Performance Index
1.3.3 Contract Logistics
1.3.4 Contract Logistics Market Forecast
1.3.5 Express Parcel Market
1.3.6 Express Parcel Market Forecast
1.3.7 Express Parcel Market: International and Domestic Market
1.3.8 Freight Forwarding Market
1.3.9 Freight Forwarding Market Forecast
1.3.10 Air Freight Forwarding
1.3.11 Air Freight Forwarding Forecast
1.3.12 Sea Freight Forwarding
1.3.13 Sea Freight Forwarding Forecast

1.4 Argentina – Logistics Companies

1.0 Brazil

1.1 Trade
1.1.1 GDP Composition
1.1.2 Imports and Exports
1.1.3 Main Trade Markets
1.1.4 Main Import Markets
1.1.5 Exports by Commodity
1.1.6 Imports by Commodity
1.1.7 High Tech Exports

1.2 Transport Infrastructure
1.2.1 Road Network
1.2.2 Rail Network
1.2.3 Airports
1.2.4 Ports

1.3 Brazil – Logistics & Forwarding Market
1.3.1 Overview
1.3.2 Brazil Freight Forwarding Market Size
1.3.3 Brazil Freight Forwarding Market Forecast
1.3.4 Brazil Air Freight Forwarding Market Size
1.3.5 Brazil Air Freight Forwarding Market Forecast
1.3.6 Brazil Sea Freight Forwarding Market Size
1.3.7 Brazil Sea Freight Forwarding Market Forecast
1.3.8 Logistics Performance Index
1.3.9 Brazil Contract Logistics Market
1.3.10 Brazil Contract Logistics Market Forecast
1.3.11 Brazil Express Market
1.4 Brazil – Logistics Companies

1.0 Chile

1.1 Trade
1.1.1 GDP Composition by Sector
1.1.2 Import and Exports
1.1.3 Main Export Markets
1.1.4 Main Import Markets

1.2 Transport Infrastructure
1.2.1 Road Network
1.2.2 Rail Network
1.2.3 Airports
1.2.4 Ports
1.2.5 Warehouses

1.3 Chile – Logistics Market
1.3.1 Overview
1.3.2 Logistics Performance Index:
1.3.3 Chile Contract Logistics Market
1.3.4 Chile Contracts Logistics Market Forecast
1.3.5 Chile Freight Forwarding Market
1.3.6 Chile Freight Forwarding Market Forecast
1.3.7 Chile Air Freight Forwarding Market
1.3.8 Chile Air Freight Forwarding Market Forecast
1.3.9 Chile Sea Freight Forwarding Market
1.3.10 Chile Sea Freight Forwarding Market Forecast

1.4 Chile– Logistics Companies
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- DHL
- FedEx
- UPS
- TNT
- Schenker
- Damco
- Agility
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